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A Boy and His Dog

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  1. a short story by Harlan Ellison which was also the basis of a 1974 post-apocalyptic science fiction film of the same name directed by L. Q. Jones

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  2. The story was first published in 1969

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  3. A revised and expanded version was printed in Ellison's 1976 story collection The Beast that Shouted Love at the Heart of the World, and Ellison continued the story in the graphic novel Vic and Blood which was illustrated by Richard Corben

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  4. The film version is often cited as an inspiration for George Miller's Mad Max though Miller said he had not seen Jones' film until after he had completed his own

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  5. The film was also distributed after the initial run under the name, Psycho Boy and His Killer Dog, among other titles

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